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    1967-04-24/25 Olympic, mixing AYE

    Wednesday 24/25 April 1967. 24 No gig.
    Olympic Sound Studios, London.
    Jimi & Chas
    Producer: Chas Chandler
    Engineer: Eddie Kramer
    With Jimi Hendrix

    The session began late on 24th and finished around 3:00am on the 25th, making final fixes of, and mixes in mono and stereo of:
    Foxy Lady
    Manic Depression
    May This Be Love
    I Don’t Live Today
    3rd Stone From The Sun
    Love Or Confusion

    Chas Chandler had a laquer made that morning, and played it to Polydor’s head of A&R Horst Schmaltze who – according to Chas - said, “This is brilliant. This is the greatest thing I’ve ever heard.”

    25. Bristol, Colston Hall, Colston Street, Gloucestershire, England.
    JHE Two shows at 18:30 and 20:45.
    26. Cardiff, The Capitol cinema [demolished], Queens Street, Glamorgan, Wales.
    JHE Two shows at 18:15 and 20:50.
    27. Aldershot, ABC cinema, High Street, Hampshire, England.
    JHE Two shows at 18:15 and 20:30.
    28. Slough, Adelphi cinema, Bath Road, Buckinghamshire, England.
    JHE Two shows at 18:40 and 20:50.
    28. London W1, UFO at The Blarney Club, 31 Tottenham Court Road, England
    After Slough show, Jimi – bass, jammed with Tomorrow from 22:00 until dawn.
    29. Bournemouth, Winter Gardens, Exeter Road, Dorset, England.
    JHE Two shows at 18:00 and 20:15.
    30. London SW7, Granada cinema, Mitcham Road, Tooting, England.
    JHE Two shows at 18:00 and 20:30. The final show of the Walker Brothers tour.

    01. No gig, London
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    Re: 1967-04-24/25 Olympic, mixing AYE

    Pre this [24th] Jimi attended a Donovan Concert at The Saville Theatre.
    Also in attendance at the venue that evening were Ringo, George, John and Paul along with Barry Monks.
    "That's the best news I ever heard" Bob Dylan

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